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Once again we are seriously fortunate to have you as a full stack developer who trying to make versatile stuff taking an interest in TiddlyWiki.
- With the disqus plugin is there a need to write to the wiki, or is the thread all handled in Disqus? Thus even read only single file wikis can provide inline comments?
- Once I comment on your Wiki, I found a way for me to see all my comments on your wiki and or other wikis (assumed) from inside my disqus account. However I can't see a way to get back to the tiddler from disqus
- Do you know what the business model for Disqus is, and how will they make money, pay for the service, are we the product?
- So no account is needed for Guest login (now I have an account I cant test easily)?
Thanks for your answers. It is good that disqus is seperate entirely because it allows it to be used independantly of the savability of the wiki. So hosting a single file wiki on any basic server can have interaction.
I understand it does not match the tiddlywiki philosopy but I am not sure it is relavent since if it is public on the internet and you want to allow comments it does not compromise anything.
Reading wikipedia it does raise some issues. When and where do you think we may see advertising?
I think this may be a very good solution to opening wikis to interaction, however I am confident some people may not like the disqus reputation.
It makes me wonder if there are other microblogging solutions we can host ourselves and intergrate with tiddlywiki like you have. I wonder if there are any we can attach tids or jsons to?
Good work, again
.. my research is the https://intensedebate.com/features ... it has lots of integrations with other platforms, twitter, WordPress, Joomla, tumblr, blogger and more ...
1 -- its primarily WordPress focused2 -- its login system is poor with only Facebook generic login3 -- it does support RSS, which is neat
If your review is likely to discorage adoption please look into it more deeply before you speak as if you have a comprehensive understanding. It has evolved from wordpress but it is a multi platform tool, and since wordpress is one of the most common platforms its hardly a negative.
We are not compeating here with disqus but read the full wikipedia entry and see if you still feel confident.
I will use the disqus plugin, thanks so much, but if you can port the intence debate client I think it would would be a powerful alternative with a greater degree of independance from a proprietary solution and as it can connect to other blogs a potentialy greater audience.
I have to ask you because I do not know how, but I will support you where I can. I am also looking forward to the completion of widgets for dummies to start myself.
I am an advanced wordpress designer, so do I believe I can build the user database backend for tiddlywiki user registration.
Sorry I have not had enought time for a full responce. Facebook is definitely not the only login method, my suspicion is we can use open ids.
Lets see how we go and make a call when more info is available and Bimlas identifies if it is easy or hard.
No pressure, thanks if you can, no problem if you cant.
Thanks in advance
Intence debate seems to be working well. However I did reproduce the bug.
Do you think this is solvable?
As posted previously I will look at some of the server side and intergrations.
Yes, I understood zapier was a cross platform tool. Sometimes answers can be outside a proprietary tool.
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